Ever seen something that truly takes your breath away?
I have a 3 page horizontal table of story archetypes that I use to refer to as a sort of easy to understand psychology check - is the character integrated, how will character A react with character B, what is the character likely to do in this situation? You can see how important it is to me. It is formatted as an RTf written in NISUS.
I just dropped it on my desktop (save as RTF). Then I boldly went where I had never been before and overwrote the .rtf suffix with .scriv. The file was named Archetypes.scriv. Then opened it with Nisus again.
I then opened a new project in Scrivener, then opened a new draft document and copied Archetypes.scriv (Command C) in Nisus. Then pasted it into the Scrivener Draft document I had just set up (which was Untitled) then renamed it to Archetypes.
Then it appeared as a single table (no longer three pages) so I could see the whole thing - and it is perfectly editable in Scrivener. WOW! Three horizontal pages of a table converted so easily into one editable Scrivener document.
I thought, this is good, and just to be sure I had a copy of this precious document I popped a pdf version of the three page version into RESEARCH. HEY! How good is that?
So the beta 1 version is definitely a Harry Potter (KB) creation.